Thursday, November 29, 2012

The road...

Walking down a one way stretch, there's always an experience to catch.
But always have remember there's only one direction and you can't go back.
But sometimes, within the thoughts of the past you'll discover yourself entrapped.

Pressuring opportunity and free-will enact nervousness in choosing which directions to take when laying the road which is your life.

But when the only moment you can form is immediately don't meaninglessly meander in the seemingly harmless elapse, tangled and trapped.
Press on henceforth in your conquest to beyond.
Balance is what maintains the opportunity to subsist in space's pond.
Process of flow and determine how the dice roll, and comeuppance directs 'fate.'
It's a process of yin and yang, if it weren't meant to exist it wouldn't remain.
Attract positive energies and you're bound to be of cheer, but the negative is likely to bring fear.

-yet to be finished-

Monday, November 26, 2012

The importance of parts of speech

Parts of speech are incredibly useful tools to us as mankind, they provide the ability to communicate through text  and establish philosophy and forms of verbal communication as a visual concept to glorify it and progress it farther. Some philosophers and scientists would argue the invention of written language has had a negative effect on mankind as prior to the invention of it people could memorize round-about of twenty thousand words consecutively commonly- now this is almost unheard of.
The eight primary parts of speech include adverb, conjunction, interjection, noun, participle, preposition, pronoun and verb. Each of these have very independent yet communicative distinguishing characters:
Adverbs are ultimately a verb altered from it's original state in a sentence, clause or phrase.
Conjunctions are essentially a binding part of speech describing the function of a word using one of the 'fanboys' [for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so.] For example: We were going to go to the movies, but we got there late.
Interjections are parts of speech expressing one's emotional state; i.e.: "Aha! I've found it!" 'Aha' would be an interjection in this example.
Nouns are the most well known part of speech, as it's a person, place, thing, or idea. A noun in the end is ultimately something you can name or refer to. You are a noun, and so is whatever device you're reading this from.
Participles are by definition are verbals that operate as an adjective like 'burning,' 'burying' or 'tapping.'
Prepositions are ultimately words implying relation from one thing to another for example: "The coffee is in the cup." is a sentence in which in is a preposition implying where the coffee is.
Pronoun is a noun of which lacks glorifacation. You know that the name Natalie is a proper noun, and girl is a noun, so the only way to be less descriptive while refering to something or somebody would be to use a phrase that lacks directness such as  "it" "she" "him" or "her."
Verbs, lastly but not least are activities that can be done. If it can be accomplished or done it is a verb.

Monday, November 5, 2012


I have really light sensitive eyes, and better than 20/20 vision, thus making me appreciate shades a bit more than the average Joe. If you appreciate shades be proud of it, they're not only one of the most comforting tools around, but some of the grooviest looking ones as well.
Go shades(:

I'm finding it difficult to write.

So, I've developed a problem and figured instead of sitting here trying to write about I have no clue what, I'd write about that. I'm unable to write really right now, I've developed a somewhat severe writers block which is making my mind go blank when I try to articulate my ideas into words. The process my mind goes through to achieve this frustrating feat is my general creative flow is present and influencing my thoughts as usual, and once I think I have something to write down I'll go to do so, and it acts like a small kitten to shy to be pet yet. I'm really in dire need of this to undo itself though.

Ultimately what I'm getting at here is I'd like whoever reads this to give me some new methods for getting writing inspiration. I know, it's awful right? You go read a blog and then the person writing is asking for your help, seems a bit backwards being reading is generally educational, doesn't it? But it's happening so here's what you should do: Come up with one or a couple(whichever suits you) methods to give writing inspiration, and then leave them as a comment. Also: If you have any other thoughts on how to remove oneself from a prolonged period of writer's block please feel free to comment about that.
Well, unfortionately that's all I'm able to come up with so far today, but we'll see what's coming soon, eh?

Remember Remember, the 5th of November.

"Remember remember the fifth of November, the gun powder, the treason and plot. I know of no reason the fifth of November should ever be forgot."

Thursday, November 1, 2012

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Only every so once in a while will this demon find me, only every so once in a while will it find me, and lock me into place... cemented stationary. It's just one of those things that creeps up on you when you least expect it, and won't go away until you guess the magic words. Writers block is the beast I speak of, every writer's worst enemy. It's a enemy that prevents you from letting out an evident flow of creativity that just won't articulate. If you ultimately wish to find a way to conquer this nemesis, view it as a challenge and your best work could come from it.
Sometimes writers block will be a repeat offender, which can become increasingly frustrating. When writers block is attacking you all over the place, sometimes you have to learn how to slow down whatever your speed is so you don't lose your train of thought, and you're able to follow an idea while thinking here and there to come up with new ideas. Other times you can stop writing for a while and come back to it later, it all depends on who you are and what works best for you.
When everything ultimately boils down though, and you've finished your piece of work, writers block seems insanely minuscule. Maybe writers block could have even ended up being helpful to you. Sometimes it can bring out really deep seeded creativity, and other times it can make you rework something until's it's perfect. Every obstacle you encounter in life or writing always makes you more capable and successful. When it's all said and done, experience is always the best teacher and writers block is quite the experience.

Possibly Helpful Advice

A lot of time in life we let fear prevent us from doing what we want to. So, in your life if you find yourself avoiding something you want to do due to fear, look it in the face and take it head on, and it will get easier as you go.